If it doesn't already have one, what would Scotland's two-letter country code likely be, in the event of its gaining independence?
I've tried searching a little but it seems that Scotland simply doesn't have any such code. As one blogger notes (but in the context of internet domain codes),
If a domain code has any more than two letters, then it is not a Country Code Top-Level Domain, but a Special Interest Domain. ... Even the Isle of Man, Guernsey and Jersey have their own internet country codes (.im,.gg and .je respectively) and there is no reason for Scotland to settle for anything less.
SC would seem a likely candidate, except it's already taken by the Seychelles. (SO, ST, SL, SA, SN, and SD are also already all taken.)